Tuesday, 11 December 2007

Britain's top barrister defends a Nazi inspired point of view

Britain's top barrister today defended the superiority of British Justice, when compared to the Portuguese system. Refusing to single out what kind of problems he considered to be the reason of the inferiority of the Portuguese legal system, Bar Council chairman Timothy Dutton QC said “British justice would have been more effective in discovering the truth” about Madeleine's disappearance. "I was heartened to hear public demands for good old British justice during the recent press coverage of the disturbing Madeleine McCann case," Mr Dutton said.

2 comments:

José (França) said...

These allegations of a supposed superiority of the British Justice over the Portuguese Justice are outrageous, irresponsible and completely false.

It should be interesting to ask to: Carlos Pinto de Abreu, President of the Committee of Human Rights of the Portuguese Bar Association, Rogério Alves,President in exercise of the Portuguese Bar Association, and also to António Marinho Pinto , the new President of the Portuguese Bar Association what they think about the judgements made their British colleague.

Eloisa said...

He doesn't say anything about finding Maddie but he speaks about "discovering the truth".
He should try make his fellow citizens answer the questions they refused to answer.